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Trump Impeachment Lawyer: ‘Stolen’ Election Claims Won’t Be Brought up During Trial

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Trump Impeachment Lawyer: ‘Stolen’ Election Claims Won’t Be Brought up During Trial

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An attorney for former President Donald Trump said he won’t bring up claims about election fraud while defending the former president during the upcoming impeachment trial. “There are plenty of questions about how the election was conducted throughout the country, but that’s for a different forum, and I don’t believe that’s important to litigate in the Senate trial because you don’t need it,” attorney Bruce Castor told KYW Newsradio Philadelphia. “President Trump has plenty to win with what he has.” Castor also pushed back against reports that Trump parted ways with his initial legal team about whether they would advance his claims about election fraud. “I don’t know where people got that notion that was some sort of litmus test to get to defend the president, because as you saw from the document I filed, which had to be approved by the president personally, there isn’t anything in there about …

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